At High Hill School our curriculum is based on the design that each child is a matchless individual. Our focal point is on meeting each child’s developmental, social, emotional, intellectual, and educational wants. We offer developmentally appropriate programs that focus on the process of learning and help children enjoy successful experiences.

Classrooms are set to offer challenging play and learning choices at a wide range of developmental levels. Learning centers let children the opportunity to explore, problem-solve, investigate, work together as a team, and meet with success. Children are exposed to whole group work, small groups, and individual instruction each day.

Our curriculum centers on reading, writing, language, numeracy, science, social studies, art, music, and physical fitness activities. Teachers and administrators spend time listening to and talking with children, helping kids replicate on their daily learning. The positive interactions between teachers and students encourage the development of emotional, linguistic, and social skills, leading to a strong sense of self and self-esteem. With a range of child-centered activities and a warm, safe, and nurturing environment, children have every opportunity to have fun while learning.

Our kindergarten classes focus on:
Social and emotional development
To foster a child's sense of self, enhance his or her ability to make friends, and create sincerity to learning. By allowing the child connect with others motivates the child to learn and provides them with a sense of who they are in the world.
Physical development
to strengthen large and small muscles, organizes movement, and generally improves growth and health.
Creative expression and artistic development
To foster a child's pleasure for the arts music, movement, dramatic play, motor control, promotes creative expression and visual arts.
Cognitive development
To promote intellectual growth and school success. When children use their language, literacy, mathematical, scientific thinking, and social studies cognitive skills helps to think, problem solve, and communicate, they are making sense of their world.
Language Development
Includes understanding and communication through words both spoken and written.
Library and Language
Experiences which enhance vocabulary, listening and writing skills and early reading.
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Head of School
Mrs Gift Enobong Emerson